How Slow Food Can Help Prepare For Life After Adulthood

first_imgby, Kavan Peterson, Editor, ChangingAging.orgTweetShareShareEmail0 SharesAlthough “slowing down” is often derided as a byproduct of aging, it can also be seen as a developmental process that opens the way to a deeper, richer, slower way of living.Related PostsUrban Foraging 101: Know Your SeasonsI was totally surprised last week that my urban foraging blog post was the most popular story in the weekly roundup. I thought that was funny considering I was writing about a hobby only tangentially related to ChangingAging! Upon reflection, I can think of many ways foraging for edible plants…My Evening With Aubrey de GreyInternational anti-aging crusader Aubrey de Grey, who hopes to “cure aging” within our lifetime, spoke in Baltimore this week and even took time to share a few beers with the locals, including yours truly. I’d like to think of ChangingAging.org as the preeminent pro-aging blog so it was a great…SLOW DOWN YOU MOVE TOO FASTAmerica’s obsession with speed, performance and “effectiveness,” which suited the Post War generation so well on its long journey through adulthood, grates on people who are edging into elderhood in ways not unlike the well-loved relative who has overstayed her welcome. The first impulse that many people have is to…TweetShareShareEmail0 SharesTags: ChangingAging foraging sustainability tribes of eden urban foraging wild edibleslast_img

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